Warren River camping area

Camp kitchen Camping fee Day use fee Disabled Gas/electric barbecue Information No dogs/pets Picnic area Ranger Toilets Vehicle-based camping Wood fireplace Canoeing Cycling Fishing Lookout Nature walk Scenic drives Swimming Walking trails

There are 2 small, secluded campsites here in the forest near the river. Leave the Vasse Hwy at Old Vasse Rd, around 12 km south-west of Pemberton, or take Heartbreak Trail off Old Vasse Rd, 4.3 km east of the Vasse Hwy. Bring in your own drinking water.


Who to contact: DEC Pemberton (08) 9776 1207

This campsite is located in Warren National Park

Warren National Park, 10 km south-west of Pemberton, is known for its towering karri trees, lush undergrowth and picturesque, meandering river. The Warren River rapids make fishing, swimming and canoeing very popular activities here. Other pastimes include strolling the Heartbreak Walk Trail, climbing the Dave Evans Bicentennial Tree and settling in for a relaxing night around the campfire.

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